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hi everybody,

does anybody know if there is a moving map app that works with msfs 2020?

it would be so nice to know the exact places we see from the sky 🙂

i was using mostly navigraph and littlenavmap but they don't work yet with msfs 2020.

thank you

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Nikos Kasimatis

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Fltplan Go works. Install the GPS app on your computer, run it once MSFS2020 is at the main menu and connect Fltplan Go. Been using it for the last 2 days with no issues.

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4 minutes ago, thenikos said:

i was using mostly navigraph and littlenavmap but they don't work yet with msfs 2020.

Navigraph Simlink, the latest version, works with MSFS 2020, so there is full moving maps support with Navigraph Charts in the new sim.

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Little navmap works as moving map

 

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littlenavmaps works for me, although with scenery data from p3d.

It still cannot read scenery from MSFS

But I can load .flp files created with LNM in MSFS and then check my progress in in MSFS. Did not have to change anything...


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Hi

Littlemap works.

And also, 

For the ones, who prefer offline flying with atc, Pilot2atc; which is a very good tool for air traffic control including speech recognition, detailed flight planning and a moving map, is working with MFS2020 via FSUIPC7. I tested and seems to be working fine. But, as I realised, apart from Pilot2atc, FSUIPC is causing dramatic FPS drops. I hope this will be fixed in the near future. I wanted to share this info to whom it may concern.

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Has anyone heard anymore about the partnership between Navblue and their Charts+ and MSFS?


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you are absolutely right. they connect as "legacy" fsx p3d to the apps. i have not tried that 🙂 thank you very much !!


Nikos Kasimatis

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FSTramp (fstramp.com) has been updated and works well with MSFS2020.

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Just now, jschall said:

FSTramp (fstramp.com) has been updated and works well with MSFS2020.

3. Since the MSFS has a bug in the SimConnect communication interface in the first release, which leads to stuttering and a drop in the frame rate, all AI aircraft were temporarily removed from FSTramp. Nevertheless, a stuttering of the scenery cannot be completely avoided

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Yeah, I read that on the download page. But I haven't noticed any effect running FSTramp on my mid-rangee system.

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5 hours ago, Adrian123 said:

3. Since the MSFS has a bug in the SimConnect communication interface in the first release, which leads to stuttering and a drop in the frame rate, all AI aircraft were temporarily removed from FSTramp. Nevertheless, a stuttering of the scenery cannot be completely avoided

totally agree with this.

 

Also FtPlan Go Android works very well, just load the FtPlan Go GPS in admin mode first.


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13 hours ago, jschall said:

Yeah, I read that on the download page. But I haven't noticed any effect running FSTramp on my mid-rangee system.

Nor have I. No stuttering and no FPS drop caused by FStramp. (4790K/GTX970).

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FS-Flight Control works also.


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